On the rough-and-tumble resort at the edge of Fort Hamilton village.
The Episcopal Church did more than offer future Confederate legends a place to pray. From its country origins to its Verrazano-choked end.
That’s up to the residents to decide, though no one can agree exactly.
The Harbor Defense Museum tells the story of Fort Hamilton’s historical role in the defense of the nation’s shores.
Tracing the history of the Nyack tribe, from when it got here to when it was pushed out by the Dutch.
An ongoing study of books and movies set in the neighborhood. This time, bestselling popular fiction about a post-Vietnam court martial set at Fort Hamilton.
An illustrated comment on General Lee Avenue.
The message from approximately 50 protestors was simple: “Robert Lee has got to go.”
A look at the history of Robert Lee and Stonewall Jackson in their years stationed at Fort Hamilton, whose reputations were oddly unsullied as they fought against their country and on the side of slavery. The post-Charleston backlash against Conferderate idolatry will bring Al Sharpton to Fort Hamilton on Saturday.
On the odd tranquility of a park synonymous with military history, which has survived despite the highways built all around it.